||On the Road Again CD (1979) |
Charlie Grima music CDs Introduction by: Roy Wood.
Personnel: Roy Wood (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, mandolin, sitar, violin, bagpipe, recorder, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, horns, keyboards, vibraphone, drums, bongos, percussion, background vocals); Peter Mackie (vocals, electric guitar, background vocals); Dick Plant, Andy Fairweather Low, Annie Haslam (vocals, background vocals); Carl Wayne (vocals); Paul Robins (guitar, keyboards); Billy Paul (saxophone); Charlie Grima (drums, congas); Dave Donovan, ...
||Introducing Eddy & The Falcons CD (1974) |
Charlie Grima CD discography For all the psychedelic and heavy rock influences of The Move and the classical shadings of the Electric Light Orchestra, Roy Wood's first love was always '50s rock & roll. The 1974 album INTRODUCING EDDY AND THE FALCONS, the last release by Wood's glam-pop band Wizzard, is the most fully fledged example of Wood's fondness for this style. Building on earlier singles such as The Move's "California Man" and Wizzard's "Ball Park Incident," ...
||Main Street CD (2000) |
Charlie Grima albums Digitally remastered by Roy Wood and Roger Lomas (2000, Ro-Lo Studios).
Recorded in 1976, but not released until 2000 because the record label considered it uncommercial, Main Street proves the record company right -- there was no way in hell this collection of winding jazz-influenced instrumentals, studio experimentation, and dense post-Beach Boys pop would have gotten onto the charts, particularly in 1976. That doesn't mean that it should have sat on the shelves for nearly ...